Gold Line rail

Courtesy of The Eastsider

Are you spending more time standing than sitting on the Gold Line? You might have to get used to it. A posting on The Source, which is sponsored by Metro, explores complaints about crowding on the Gold Line since the rail line was extended from Pasadena to Azusa early last month (problems on the soon-to-be expanded Expo line are also discussed).

The conditions stem from Metro’s decision to extend the Gold and Expo lines before the transportation agency received all of the 78 new rail cars it had purchased, according to The Source.

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